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What's Wrong with this Picture?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, October 24 2005

Ezra, Matthew, Sam, Mark and Garance. Jonah, John, Larry, Jonathan, Cliff, Iain, Tim, Roger, Warren, Andrew, Mark, Ramesh, Rich, Byron, and Kathryn. Daniel (all by his lonesome). Kevin (another lonely boy). David, John, ... Read More

Editor's Note

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, October 7 2005

Hello, I must be returning. Actually, the main purpose of this post is to congratulate Chris Nolan on the launch of Spot-On, her new experiment in stand-alone journalism, and to thank her for holding down the fort for ... Read More

Free Thomas Friedman

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, September 29 2005

Noticed something interesting about Technorati's "top searches this hour" list: ever since the New York Times started its "TimesSelect" program and hid all its opinion columnists behind their paywall, the names of their ... Read More

Letter from the editor

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, May 20 2005

Dear readers, subscribers and friends of Personal Democracy Forum: First, thanks to all of you--speakers, moderators, sponsors, exhibitors, and participants-- who made this Monday's second annual forum a resounding ... Read More

Editor's Note: On Andrew Rasiej's Run for NYC Public Advocate

BY Micah L. Sifry | Sunday, May 1 2005

Some of you have perhaps already heard that Andrew Rasiej, the founder of Personal Democracy Forum, has decided to run for Public Advocate of New York City. A big part of his motivation is to try to put into practice a ... Read More

2008 on the Horizon

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, April 25 2005

Ronald Brownstein brings together two of my favorite worlds in his latest Outlook column for the LA Times: the Internet and third-party politics. Channeling Joe Trippi, who has been making this point for a while, he ... Read More

Full employment for bloggers?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, April 21 2005

Campaigns are hiring bloggers; it looks like Mathew Gross and crew have inspired a cottage industry. Tim Tagaris, who cut his teeth on Jeff Seemann's campaign last cycle, and then went to the Swing State Project blog ... Read More

Papal Bull?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, April 19 2005

Did Cardinal Ratzinger have a blog strategy for becoming Pope? A glance at this Blogpulse chart is suggestive...[Thanks to Doc for the tip.] Read More

Get Your Internet Dividend (Freedom-to-Connect)

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, March 30 2005

Do you think the issue of telecom regulation has no effect on your life? David Isenberg, the ebullient and cherubic force behind this year's Freedom-to-Connect conference taking place today and tomorrow in Silver ... Read More

Why I Am a Vegetarian

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, March 25 2005

Looks like Wendy's has a PR problem on its hands. The story hasn't made Google News yet, but it's burning up the blogosphere (over 1300 posts citing "Wendy" and "finger" on Technorati in the last day). Lesson for ... Read More